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Are you currently working in the garden maintenance field but not yet trade qualified? Have you been looking to apply for large-scale parks and garden projects initiated by the government, local council, and other building and construction companies?
Expand your career, increase your earning potential and be ahead of the game in horticulture with the Certificate III in Parks and Gardens AHC31016. This is a nationally recognised trade level qualification, suited for business owners, sole traders, and workers currently working across a wide scope of parks and gardens work in the residential, and commercial space. In addition, it is designed for those already employed in the industry, for businesses and workers conducting garden maintenance, soft landscaping works, plant installation including turf and lawn maintenance and care, irrigation installation, and pest and plant control tasks.
This course provides a vocational outcome within the parks and gardens profession. It gives you the practical skills to control plant pests and diseases, implement tree maintenance programs, and operate pressurised irrigation systems. It will give you the core skills required to work in a diverse range of settings in gardens or public parks and our highly-experienced team of industry experts will give you the guidance you need to succeed in your studies.
Successful completion of this course will qualify you to work in your chosen place of employment as a landscape gardener, or greenkeeper, and the potential to start your own professional garden maintenance business. More importantly, this qualification is relevant to today’s current industry standards and reflects the skills and competencies needed to grow a successful career or business.
Depending on your experience in the workplace, industry or previous studies, you may be eligible to have your skills recognised through our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) program. This may potentially fast track your way to a formal qualification, saving you time, and months’ worth of study investment.
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You might be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning for your previous work or study, saving you time and money on your course. Ask our team about your eligibility.
Need customised study options? We have tailored options to meet your needs and the needs of your staff. Ask our experienced consultants how we can tailor a program to meet your busy schedule, lifestyle, and budget.
Full training (either classroom or online) is not offered for this program.
If you have the evidence to demonstrate your existing skills and knowledge for one or more units, you can apply for recognition, technically called recognition of prior learning or skills recognition. We will conduct an initial assessment over the phone to help you determine if you are eligible. This option may reduce the need to complete formal training and assessment.
As a guide, typical entrants into this program are:
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The AHC31016 Certificate III in Parks and Gardens requires the completion of 16 units comprising of 5 core units and 11 electives.
These units of competency have been developed in consultation with industry experts along with our facilitators who draw upon real-life case studies and examples to ensure the knowledge you gain is practical and applicable to the workplace.
Potential career pathways may include but are not limited to:
Potential education pathways may include but are not limited to:
You might be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning for your previous work or study, saving you time and money on your course. Click learn more or take our FREE skills assessment to check your eligibility.